Adult Bible Studies
Sunday Bible Studies - Starting September 8th.
Living Right Side Up in an Upside Down World — A study of 2 Thessalonians. Our purpose in this study is to be assured and reassured that even in this crazy world we live in, we as individuals and as a church can do more than just survive. We can Thrive! But how does that happen? It comes down to those three basic elements of the Christian life -- Faith, Hope, and Love. Join us for an interactive study and discussion of this extremely relative book of 2 Thessalonians. Led by Lowell Nelson in the Fellowship Hall.
Women's Study of Mark — For women of all ages, designed as a group in which women can come as often or as little as they are able. A study of Jesus through the eyes of John Mark, the writer of the book of Mark. Join us as we follow the Master and deepen our understanding of His love and salvation and what it means to be a true disciple of Jesus. Led by Joyce Folson in Room 209A (off the Fellowship Hall).
Life Applications Class — Join us as we look to God’s Word anticipating the Spirit’s transforming power. This class is a study designed to help you apply the sermon text to your life. We’ll gather together in an open discussion format studying the topics addressed in the main service. Led by Paul and Shawn Snyder and Paul and Krisanne Emch in the Lounge off the Foyer.
A Study in Acts — This class will read and study the book of Acts while also making use of small group videos from Sinclair Ferguson. Led by Paul Todhunter in Fireside Room 215. Adults of all ages are welcome.
Basics of the Faith: Romans —Join Nick Zaccardi for a study in the book of Romans with an eye to what it means to be a Christian in the most foundational terms. Meet in Room 105.
Daytime Study - We meet year around each Wednesday morning at 10:30 am for a time of inductive Bible study, fellowship and encouragement with Ray Laventure. Join us in the upstairs Lounge, Room 223, across from the Sanctuary. Bring your Bible and a heart to discuss and learn from one another as we study the book of Acts.
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Loving and leading well in Christ
Pastor Jason leads this study from 8:00-9:30 am on the last Saturday of each month. All FEFC men 14 years of age and up are welcome to attend. Come grow with us and be challenged to be the man and leader God intended you to be. If you have questions, please feel free to contact Pastor Jason.
All men age 18 and over are invited for a home-cooked breakfast on the second Saturday of each month at 8:00 am. To see information about upcoming speakers, check our church calendar.
Wednesday Evening Study
This fall’s study will be facilitated by Dana Young. All men are invited to join us in the Fireside Room, 215, on Wednesday evenings at 6:00 pm as we explore “Hebrews: From Shadow to Reality” -- understanding the nature of the unshakable kingdom founded on the indestructible life of our eternal high priest. It's worth getting ready for.
Glorifying God with the gifts He's given
Mug and Muffins
Mug and Muffins meets year ‘round! Women of all ages are invited to join us in various host homes on the second Saturday of the month for an open house time of fellowship (8:30-11:00 am). Bring your coffee mug and a smile and stay tuned to our church calendar for more information about location and times. To view our church calendar, click here.
Tuesday Morning Study
We invite all ladies to join us each week from 9:45-11:00 am to delve into “Whiter Than Snow” from author Paul Tripp. Sin and grace are the two themes of our lives. We, as broken sinners, can be brutally honest with God and yet stand before Him without fear. Ciara Stockeland and Amanda Presteng co-lead this study in the Lounge.
Wednesday Evening Study
Laurie Charette facilitates our evening study, "In His Image." Jen Wilkins authored this book to help us determine what God's will is for our lives by reflecting on His character. Meet in the Lounge at 6:00 pm.
We consider it a privilege, when the need arises, to be able to provide a meal for an individual or family in our church family. Upon request, meals are brought to the home of those in need following surgery or the birth of a baby. Serving groups may also be called to bring food to church for a special event or a funeral lunch. All are encouraged to serve as the hands and feet of Christ in this way. Click the button below to join a serving group.
Doing life; Together.
Life Groups are our small groups of six to twelve people. These groups meet periodically in host homes or other locations and are designed to help believers grow spiritually through healthy Christian relationships. Our goal is to have a variety of groups (including life-stage groups, gender groups and mixed groups) that spend time each week reflecting on the Word of God, growing in relationships, and doing life together.
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